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Giuli is a native of central Italy, has a clear nucleus in the province of Rome and Rieti, with stocks also in Umbria and the Marche, Giuliacci is typical of the central area which includes the Sienese, San Casciano dei Bagni and Chiusi in particular, Umbria, Città della Pieve in the Perugia area and Fabro and Monteleone d'Orvieto in the Ternano area above all, and Rome, Giulietti is typical of the Marche and Umbria and the province of Rome, Giulini, very rare, has a Lombard core, one in the Pesaro area and a Roman, absolutely rare Giulino is typical of the Crotone dialect, Giulio has a small stock in the Udine area, one in Campania in Vallo della Lucania in the Salerno area and in Naples, one in Nardò in the Lecce area and one in Sicily with stocks in Nicosia in the Enna area, in Capo d`Orlando in the Messina area, in Palermo, in the Catania area in San Gregorio di Catania and Valverde and in the nisseno in Mazzarino, Giulione, practically unique, would seem to be from Campania, Giulioni has a lineage from the Marche, in the Ancona area of Jesi, Polverigi, Filottrano and Anco na, in Cingoli in Macerata and Ascoli Piceno, with a small stock also in Perugia in Umbertide and Perugia, Iuli, absolutely rare, has a small stock from Trieste and one in Catanzaro, Iulini, absolutely rare,
Iula is typical of Scampitella nell'avellinese and of Eboli and Contursi Terme in the Salerno area, of Pietrapertosa and Albano di Lucania in the Potenza area and of Aliano, Salandra and Ferrandina in the Matera area, Iule is almost unique, Iuli is very rare and typical of Catanzaro, they could derive from the Greek name Iulo we remember that this was the name of the son of Aeneas who was supposed to give rise to the Gens Iulia, but it is also possible a derivation from the name of Gens Iula or Iulia.